Enfamil Tri Vi Sol with Iron Supplement, 1.66 oz Drops

Enfamil Tri Vi Sol Drops - Babies

Enfamil Poly-Vi-Sol Multivitamin Supplement Drops with Iron for Infants and Toddlers, 50 mL

$10.79
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  • I bought this when the store was out of TriViSol without iron. Big mistake. This smells like a metal zipper and tastes horrible. Other reviewers commented that it tasted like blood or a rusty skillet. I agree. I also was concerned that the rust/blood smell remained on my hands for hours, and after I had washed them several times. It also stained my fingers. After that episode, I thought to myself - do I really want my baby to be ingesting something that tastes and smells like this? No way.

    Let it be known that cereal contains a lot of iron too-- no need to punish your baby with these drops. Yes, I said PUNISH.

    As a matter of routine, I taste pretty much everything I give my baby-- I would not ask my child to eat something I wouldn't eat myself. My ped. recommended I supplement with Trivisol since my son consumes only 1 bottle of formula daily (primarily BF). When I first bought these, I did not realize that they also come in an iron-free formula, because this was the only variety available at the store I shop at. Suffice to say, it is nasty, nasty, stuff. Atrocious-- it made me gag, and yes, it made my son gag too.

    So I threw out the bottle and found the Trivisol iron-free variety-- it's not exactly delicious, but it's nothing like this stuff (the iron-free tastes like a children's chewable-- sweet and mildly fruity).

    Read the label on your baby's cereal, if they're eating solids-- you don't need these awful, awful drops for iron supplementation-- plenty of iron in cereal. Get the iron-free variety-- those are completely tolerable. These drops, however, would make a horse sick. I would consider it cruel to give these to my child. They garner 2 stars instead of 1 only because they DO provide necessary nutrients.

  • Let it be known that cereal contains a lot of iron too-- no need to punish your baby with these drops. Yes, I said PUNISH.

    As a matter of routine, I taste pretty much everything I give my baby-- I would not ask my child to eat something I wouldn't eat myself. My ped. recommended I supplement with Trivisol since my son consumes only 1 bottle of formula daily (primarily BF). When I first bought these, I did not realize that they also come in an iron-free formula, because this was the only variety available at the store I shop at. Suffice to say, it is nasty, nasty, stuff. Atrocious-- it made me gag, and yes, it made my son gag too.

    So I threw out the bottle and found the Trivisol iron-free variety-- it's not exactly delicious, but it's nothing like this stuff (the iron-free tastes like a children's chewable-- sweet and mildly fruity).

    Read the label on your baby's cereal, if they're eating solids-- you don't need these awful, awful drops for iron supplementation-- plenty of iron in cereal. Get the iron-free variety-- those are completely tolerable. These drops, however, would make a horse sick. I would consider it cruel to give these to my child. They garner 2 stars instead of 1 only because they DO provide necessary nutrients.

    I bought this when the store was out of TriViSol without iron. Big mistake. This smells like a metal zipper and tastes horrible. Other reviewers commented that it tasted like blood or a rusty skillet. I agree. I also was concerned that the rust/blood smell remained on my hands for hours, and after I had washed them several times. It also stained my fingers. After that episode, I thought to myself - do I really want my baby to be ingesting something that tastes and smells like this? No way.

  • Let it be known that cereal contains a lot of iron too-- no need to punish your baby with these drops. Yes, I said PUNISH.

    As a matter of routine, I taste pretty much everything I give my baby-- I would not ask my child to eat something I wouldn't eat myself. My ped. recommended I supplement with Trivisol since my son consumes only 1 bottle of formula daily (primarily BF). When I first bought these, I did not realize that they also come in an iron-free formula, because this was the only variety available at the store I shop at. Suffice to say, it is nasty, nasty, stuff. Atrocious-- it made me gag, and yes, it made my son gag too.

    So I threw out the bottle and found the Trivisol iron-free variety-- it's not exactly delicious, but it's nothing like this stuff (the iron-free tastes like a children's chewable-- sweet and mildly fruity).

    Read the label on your baby's cereal, if they're eating solids-- you don't need these awful, awful drops for iron supplementation-- plenty of iron in cereal. Get the iron-free variety-- those are completely tolerable. These drops, however, would make a horse sick. I would consider it cruel to give these to my child. They garner 2 stars instead of 1 only because they DO provide necessary nutrients.

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Let it be known that cereal contains a lot of iron too-- no need to punish your baby with these drops. Yes, I said PUNISH.

As a matter of routine, I taste pretty much everything I give my baby-- I would not ask my child to eat something I wouldn't eat myself. My ped. recommended I supplement with Trivisol since my son consumes only 1 bottle of formula daily (primarily BF). When I first bought these, I did not realize that they also come in an iron-free formula, because this was the only variety available at the store I shop at. Suffice to say, it is nasty, nasty, stuff. Atrocious-- it made me gag, and yes, it made my son gag too.

So I threw out the bottle and found the Trivisol iron-free variety-- it's not exactly delicious, but it's nothing like this stuff (the iron-free tastes like a children's chewable-- sweet and mildly fruity).

Read the label on your baby's cereal, if they're eating solids-- you don't need these awful, awful drops for iron supplementation-- plenty of iron in cereal. Get the iron-free variety-- those are completely tolerable. These drops, however, would make a horse sick. I would consider it cruel to give these to my child. They garner 2 stars instead of 1 only because they DO provide necessary nutrients.